Vaughan Williams Scott Of The Antarctic.


  • Vaughan Williams  Scott of the Antartic120′ (1948 Film directed by Charles Frend)

“To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield”: the 1948 film Scott of the Antarctic is a true classic of British cinema, shot in spectacular full colour. Naturally, they asked Vaughan Williams to write the score – and now, in his 150th anniversary year, we get to hear his extraordinary music in full colour too, as the CBSO and Martyn Brabbins accompany the film, live in concert.

Please note, there will be no interval in this concert.

Photo: Scott of the Antarctic © Getty Images

Scott of the Antarctic Live in Concert is presented by Big Screen Live in association with StudioCanal and generous funds provided by the Ralph Vaughan Williams Charitable Trust.


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